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What is a Balloon Mortgage?

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A balloon mortgage if it can be obtained can be a very risky way to finance a piece of property.

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What is a Fixed Rate Mortgage?

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With a fixed rate mortgage, the interest rate is set, or locked in, when the mortgage is taken out

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What are Mortgage Down Payments?

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Most mortgages generally require down payments as a firm commitment from the buyer to the lender of the buyer’s

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What is a Mortgage Escrow Account?

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A mortgage escrow accounts is an account set up specifically by the lender pay for property taxes, insurance premium.

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What are Mortgage Fees?

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A home loan generally involves a litany of fees, including loan origination or underwriting fees, broker fees, and transaction, settlement,

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What is Mortgage Law? An Overview

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In the most simple of terms, a mortgage is a loan used to finance the purchase of a home. Under

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What are Closing Costs?

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Closing costs are the various fees associated with buying or selling a home. Both the buyers and sellers

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What is Home Equity Law?

What is a Mortgage Broker?

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A mortgage broker assists borrowers by arranging financing and locating a lender. They are licensed, financial professionals

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